Pudi Boutique Hotel Fuxing Park Shanghai4.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Was there with my girlfriend last month. Took this hotel specially because we had a dog with us but I wasn’t really impressed with the service & cleanliness. Staff at the reception were underdressed, rooms not fully clean & mini bar was empty. & nobody even helped us pick our bags from the taxi to the room & nobody outside hotel to help us find taxi in a place like Shanghai
I was a bit nervous when looking to book this hotel after reading the comments by other users. But seriously, what's with all the complaints? This place is fantastic! The room is BIG and clean. Bathroom is SPACIOUS and equipped with L'Occitane toiletries. We felt so comfortable throughout our stay. Staff is friendly if you speak mandarin. Otherwise can't really blame them because their first language is not English. They get nervous as well when speaking English. All in all, i would stay here again because the location is fantastic! Walking distance to Xintiandi,markets, famous eateries, convenience stores nearby.
The hotel was well located for anyone wanting to spend time in the old French Concession neighbourhood. Also very close to Xiantandi. I was upgraded to a suite and hence the room was extra large and very well priced for the location. The breakfast was just ok. Given the location and if I had the time, I would have preferred to eat out anyway.
The hotel was just great - the room was spacious, the bed was really comfortable (mattress was soft and not as hard as those in other hotels) and the bathroom was just incredible! It was very quiet and we were able to check-out late (noon or 1 PM, I don't remember exactly). The staff was very friendly and everybody was able to speak English - thumbs up for that!!
The good: I had chosen the most basic room but was upgraded right away. This upgraded room was very spacious and the bathroom was huge. Bed was very comfortable and everything clean. Wifi was fast, had English HBO on TV, two free bottles of water which were replenished, and all interactions with the staff were pleasant and they spoke English well enough to handle all my questions. But the best thing is probably the location being close to Xintiandi and with many interesting cafes and restaurants around. I recommend trying the cocktail place across the street. The frustrating: the blinds on the some of the windows wouldn't close. They were on the far side of a huge room so I didn't feel like any peepers would look at me but it was still awkward. These bar things in the shower which I suppose were for hanging up towels. And washcloths feel down and were never properly repaired (although I was only there for two nights). And the quality of the TV was poor (not that anybody should be watching TV in their room a whole lot while on vacation but I noticed it as I watched a movie while falling asleep). The only unclean thing in the room was the tub which wasn't necessarily very dirty but had several hairs in it. Grossed me out enough to pass on it and only use the shower. My room had a long hallway from the main room to the door which was eerily dark, as was the room in general. I guess they were going for romantic but being their alone it just felt a bit creepy. I would recommend it for travelers wanting to spend time in the old French Concession area of Shanghai. I may have been tick picking a bit too much. It's not perfect but worth it overall.
I was intrigued by the image from their Website and proximity to Xian tian di, however when checking in the staff was not only rude and indifferent but outright refused to help with late check out arrangement and help with luggage. Really bad attitude. The room was spacious but lighting terrible dark and the aircon had a problem just couldnt set at proper temperature and kept blasting ice cold air at even 24C setting. The condition of the bathroom was disgusting with a huge leak at the ceiling looking like water damage and afraid the ceiling plaster would come down on me. Their restaurant on 8 floor is accessible via a separate lift on 7 th floor but the smell inside that lift was terrible. That staff didn't care when i mentioned this. For the gym it consists of 2 sorry looking treadmill behind glass door exposed to the bar lounge next to restaurant a bit strange like in a birdcage. It defenitely does not live up to a boutique style hotel and with a room rate of 120US over its not worth it.
Really enjoyed staying at the Pudi. I normally stay at the Marriott which is about twice as expensive for a smaller room. The room was large, bed comfortable, in a great location. Breakfast was simple, hard boil eggs, hash browns, vegetables. For the price, it's hard to beat.
We spent three nights here on a recent trip to Shanghai. The room is large and the bathroom is massive; both were well appointed, but that is where things stopped! After an afternoon walk around Fuxing Park, we picked up a bottle of wine to enjoy in our room. When we asked the man behind the desk if we could have some ice, he looked puzzled since ice was supposedly provided with turn down service (we never got evening ice or turn down service in three days!). We finally got some ice, but it was like pulling teeth. On our first evening, we asked the person behind the desk if we could get a cab. He waved his hand and said...".find one outside"! Breakfast the next morning was disappointing...cold food in the warmer dishes and not good quality meats. But the coup de grace happened when we returned to our room the second evening at 9 pm, after having left the room at 9 am. All our dirty cups and saucers were still sitting on the bar, filled with leftover liquid from the morning, and our coffee and tea packets had not been replenished. I went down to the desk to ask them to take away the dirty dishes, and the man behind the desk (the same one...no surprise) said they didn't know if we were finished with them so they left them! When we returned the third evening, our coffee cups were clean but my half empty yogurt container was sitting prominently on the bar where I left it at 8:30 am! Our wine glasses were never returned. We never got clean sheets in three nights, the Internet was inconsistent, and one of two elevators did not work. For a boutique hotel with a supposed good reputation, this place really missed the mark for us!
First I was told there was no air conditioning at this time of year (April), but the hallway and the elevator were air conditioned. Outside the temp was 65-70 degrees, and with the sun beaming in the large windows, our room was on fire. When my friend almost fainted from the heat on our third day, I got very angry (being overheated makes me angry!) and demanded they turn on the air conditioning. Suddenly someone who knew how to work the air conditioner materialized and we had cool air. Why did it take three days? The sixth floor also smelled bad. I will never stay here again.
Truly enjoyed this boutique hotel. Large well appointed rooms with sitting area and desk area. Large bathroom with freestanding tub. The TV rotates so one can watch in bed, at the sitting are, the desk or the bathtub. The back of the freestanding TV unit is the best stocked bar of any hotel room in which I have stayed. Full bottles of wines and spirits. A mini bar is also available. The hotel is set is a quiet neighborhood admist tree lined streets, with great pastry shops, coffee shops and a fresh fruit shop that also makes juices and smoothies. Walking distance to Metro and many up market eating options including the SoHo complex. Just a great place to be. Will return.
- Walking distance to Xintiandi
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Fitness center
Located in Downtown Shanghai within a short walk of Xintiandi, Pudi Boutique Hotel Fuxing Park Shanghai is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Shanghai Museum. This 4.5-star hotel has 52 guestrooms and offers free in-room WiFi, a fitness center, and a rooftop terrace. Located in central Shanghai, the hotel is also near Jing An Temple and The Bund.
Start each morning with continental breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10 AM. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or enjoy a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant.
The 52 air-conditioned rooms feature kitchenettes with refrigerators and microwaves. Guests can expect 32-inch LCD TVs with satellite channels and DVD players, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Select Comfort beds sport pillow menus and bathrooms offer hair dryers and bathrobes. Other standard amenities include sofa beds, minibars, and coffee makers.
Pudi Boutique Hotel Fuxing Park Shanghai offers a fitness center, a rooftop terrace, and free WiFi in public areas. You'll find limited parking. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a meeting room, a 24-hour business center, and express check-in.
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80% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 237 reviews